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Thank you.
 
Thank you.
 
<scratchsig>Legogo7777</scratchsig> 01:09, 16 October 2019 (UTC)
 
<scratchsig>Legogo7777</scratchsig> 01:09, 16 October 2019 (UTC)
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:Hi, have you read the [[Help:Welcome|welcome tutorial]] yet? Talk pages are explained in more detail there. You don't need to mark every topic you create as {{t|not done}}, by the way - that template is only necessary if the discussion has gone on for a while and still hasn't been resolved.
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:Archives are made by creating a subpage of your talk page (e.g. "User talk:Legogo7777/Archive 1") and moving all of the topics on your talk page into the subpage. After moving the topics, add {{t|protect|talk page archive}} to the top to mark it for protection (to ensure that nobody edits it).
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:Regarding templates, first off: this is not Scratch. This is the Scratch Wiki. There is no "Scratch archive of templates" - there is only the [[:Category:Templates|list of templates]] on the Scratch Wiki.
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:Second, all templates, no matter where, can be used by anyone anywhere (besides {{t|open userpage}}, which has some special magic). However, if a template is only meant to be used on your userpage, you can create it as a subpage of your userpage and simply include it like so: <code><nowiki>{{User:Legogo7777/Template Name}}</nowiki></code> Do not create it in the Template namespace, as that is for templates meant to be used on real Wiki pages.
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:"talking through your mouse" is done with the [[Help:HTML|HTML]] <code>title</code> attribute. This:
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<syntaxhighlight lang="html"><span title="This is the title of the element.">This is the content of the element.</span></syntaxhighlight>
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:Produces this:
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:<span title="This is the title of the element.">This is the content of the element.</span>
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:Hope that helps :){{User:Kenny2scratch/sig}} 04:55, 16 October 2019 (UTC)

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